Graduate Program

The Master of Science in Computer Science program provides a flexible and rigorous education in the advanced principles of computer science. Graduates are prepared for research or doctoral programs and employment in business, government organizations, educational institutions, and other enterprises. 

The program requires 33 credit hours of Computer Science courses, including one practicum, research study, or thesis. All students must also complete a core set of courses if they have not already completed them in their undergraduate studies. With the help of the graduate coordinator, students can design their programs of study to specialize in a particular area of interest. The flexibility in course formats, such as online, evening, and hybrid offerings, encourages students to complete their degrees part-time or full-time. Graduate Assistantships are available to qualified students to aid them financially and enhance their academic experiences here at EMU.

For more information on the graduate program in Computer Science, please visit the graduate catalog.

Contact Dr. Krish Narayanan, graduate program coordinator. In summer, contact Dr. Augustine Ikeji.

Computer Science Graduate Student Handbook

 

Graduate Admissions FAQ

 

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